Serge from Whiskyfun says:Blue Hanger '11th Release' (45.6%, Berry Bros & Rudd, 2014) Regrettably, I cannot try all releases of the famous Blue Hanger, but let’s have this eleventh one, a much lighter version – lighter in colour, that is. Colour: white wine. Nose: indeed, exit the sherry and the roundness, this is a fresh, rather light and yet firmly fruity and floral malt, with a waxy/oily backbone. Apples, greengages, acacia honey, a drop of ale, a drop of Muscat, dandelions… I like this freshness a lot. I’ve had some Teaninichs that were a bit like this. Mouth: firmer, fatter and even smokier/earthier than expected. A little brine, apple juice, limejuice, plums and a few very fresh almonds. Finish: quite long and rather peaty. Smoked gooseberries? Comments: a very solid, fresh and crystalline composition. Not the usual Blue Hanger. SGP:544 - 85 points.